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Awards Submission

To enter the ABP Awards, please complete both the form below and upload the Word document  Submission Template containing your entry.

Entries are made by completing a 1,500 word submission template which can be downloaded here.

We are really looking forward to some great entries this year! If you have any questions then please contact us at admin@theabp.org.uk

2022 Award Submission

Section 1: Submitter's Details

Details of the person submitting this form. This is for administrative purposes only, in case the ABP needs to contact you about this entry (e.g., confirmation of receipt, advice about finalist status, etc.).
Submitter's Name
Submitter's Name
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Section 2: Your Details

Name of First Entrant
Name of First Entrant
First
Last
The biography written here will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. Please proof read the text carefully!
Maximum upload size: 5MB
Please upload a file containing a recent photo of the entrant. This will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. It may also be used for other publicity purposes as needed.

Section 2: Your Details (2nd person)

Name of second person
Name of second person
First
Last
The biography written here will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. Please proof read the text carefully!
Maximum upload size: 5MB
Please upload a file containing a recent photo of the entrant. This will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. It may also be used for other publicity purposes as needed.

Section 2: Your Details (3rd person)

Name of third person
Name of third person
First
Last
The biography written here will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. Please proof read the text carefully!
Maximum upload size: 5MB
Please upload a file containing a recent photo of the entrant. This will be used in the conference brochure if shortlisted for an award. It may also be used for other publicity purposes as needed.

Section 3: Awards Entry Submission

Assessment & Selection

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate rigour and/or innovation in the field of assessment, broadly defined, for an individual, group or organisation. Entries might include, for example, rigour and/or innovation in i) measurement of new or interesting concept/s that are relevant to the world of work, ii) the use of technology in the delivery of assessment/s, and/or iii) effective ways of delivering the results of assessment processes.

Strategy and Organisational Effectiveness

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate successfully supporting an individual, group or organisation in i) becoming aware of the need for change or organisational development, ii) assisting through a change process, and/or iii) embedding change to ensure new practices are long lasting.

Psychology of Learning and Development

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate how a learning and/or development intervention has had a significant impact on the success of an individual, group or organisation. The rationale for the approach chosen will be considered, as well as the strength of the evidence collected to demonstrate effectiveness.

Employee Engagement

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate rigour and/or innovation in the area of employee engagement. We define engagement broadly to include the causes and consequences of feelings of absorption in one’s work.  Entries might include, for example, rigour and/or innovation in i) the measurement approach used, ii) an intervention made to increase engagement, and/or iii) the approach taken to demonstrate effectiveness.

Health & Wellbeing

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate how they have dealt with the apparent juxtaposition of employee health and wellbeing and business performance. Entries might include, for example, rigour and/or innovation in i) improving health and wellbeing ii) creating safe, user-friendly work environments and/or iii) enhancing work-life balance.

Innovation

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate either using a traditional approach in a novel manner or context or using an approach that had never been used before. The approach applied and the outcome derived will be assessed on rigour of evidence and the strength of the approach and outcomes achieved.

Business Psychology for Social Impact

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate how they are using psychology to make a difference beyond the workplace to people and wider society – whether this is around social mobility, environmental challenges or charitable endeavours.  For this category, the assessment criteria ‘extent of impact’ will explicitly assess impact on society.

Outstanding Student Achievement

Entrants to this category are invited to describe a piece of consulting work or research that shows excellence in any area of Business Psychology.  Describing work undertaken for a dissertation might be an appropriate entry if the practical significance of the work can be clearly demonstrated.  Importantly, the student will be expected to be able to demonstrate that they were primarily responsible for the work done.  Entrants to this category are asked to provide their Supervisor’s details.

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Entrants to this category are invited to demonstrate how a diversity, equity or inclusion initiative has had significant impact on an individual, group or organisation. This could be through initiatives that address an identified gap or inequality in the workforce, or the implementation of a specific programme to attract, retain or develop talent from minority/under-represented group(s). Submissions based on specific initiatives relating to improving flexibility, older workers, gender, race, age, sexual and disability equality also welcome.

To view details of all categories click here. (opens in new window)
Maximum upload size: 58.72MB
Please attach your entry in an editable Microsoft Word document format here.
Maximum upload size: 58.72MB
Please attach a file containing any company logos you would like associated with your submission. This will be used in the brochure if your entry is shortlisted for an award.

Section 4: Diversity and Inclusion Questions (optional)

We’re committed to making the ABP conference as accessible and inclusive as possible. In order to see how we are doing in representing an inclusive programme and reaching a diverse audience, we ask you to please fill out the below short form. Collecting this data will help us deliver our commitment and ensure that our programme is accessible to all.

The results will be anonymised. We will use this data to produce statistical reports to review how we are doing as the Conference and wider organisation at being representative and welcoming to all through our programmes, and ensure a conference strategy that work towards improving these reports going forward.

You can find ABP Privacy Policy 

The objective:
To strengthen the ABP’s internal D&I strategy and member offering, in order for us to be inclusive and representative of the society we live in and to invoke the changes we want to see within organisations.

The aim:
To build on our position as an association to support delegates and members to improve relationships between people and the organisations they create. Using evidence-based understanding of people’s behaviour, with an emphasis on supporting and championing underrepresented people and those who have and continue to experience oppressions and multiple oppressions. To reflect the change we want to see in our membership profile and that of organisations. To demonstrate what equity and inclusion can be for our delegates and members, so that we ensure we meet our values, vision and objectives.

Thank you for taking the time to complete this form.

Submissions close on Friday 29th July.

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